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to download our weather app. >>> this is a disgusting story to hear, a ghoulish story from new york city where a police officer is accused of plotting to kidnap, cook and then eat the body parts of murdered women. suspended -- the suspended officer appeared in court in manhattan yesterday. the f.b.i. intercepted shocking e-mails from the queen resident. there is no indication exactly how he planned to make good on this gruesome event. >>> a nanny is accused of fatally stabbing two small children left in her care before trying to kill herself. randall pinkston has the latest. >> reporter: emergency vehicles lined up on manhattan's upper west side responding to a frantic 911 call. police say a mother arrived home with one child and found her two other children ages 2 and 6 stabbed to death in the bathtub. investigators say the children's nanny was on the floor of the bathroom with stab wounds. >> those wounds appear to be self-inflicted and a kitchen knife on the bathroom floor. >> report: neighbors describe the family's apartment as lively and typically full of activity. >> friends over and alw
york as it moves toward canada. >>> new york city among the hardest hit areas, at least ten new yorkers have died in the storm. nearly 14-foot surge of water flooded subway lines and tunnels there. was an explosion at the conn edison plant. it knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of people in southern manhattan. it could be several days before the lights come back on and trains are running again. >>> president obama will tour storm damaged areas in new jersey. the president will accompany governor chris christie of new jersey on the tour. new york city mayor michael bloomberg says he turned down the president's request for a tour of new york city saying the recovery efforts are simply too great to accommodate a tour at this point. >>> in our region public transportation returns to normal today. manassas park city schools are closed but most other school systems will be back open, although quite a few have announced delayed openings. for the latest weather-related closures and delays, just log on to our website. it's wusa9.com. or watch the crawl at the bottom of your scree
not quite andrews, fort washington and then down 95, manassas, dale city. we're looking at a few showers there. light stuff. northern montgomery county looks like they've cleared out so at least as far as the rain there may be some patchy drizzle there. there are the heavier showers in accokeek and waldorf and west of upper marl marlboro w. he still have some northwest of stafford toward bealeton, catlett, manassas and dale city. a little damp this morning. look at the temps down in the low 40s in luray and cumberland. oakland. a chilly morning at 34. it's 20 degrees warmer at the patuxent river naval air station and easton at 49. our michael & son weather camera, this is wisconsin avenue in northeast d.c. it is gleaming with wetness. 48. a windchill making it feel like 43 this morning thanks to a north wind at national at 12 miles an hour. so some showers on the east coast but our next weather maker, the next front that's going to come toward us tomorrow is across the upper midwest. the storm system spinning north of minnesota. showers from the great lakes back through iowa and south da
making news now. the fiance of a murdered pregnant new york city woman is now being called a person of interest in her death. the two were supposed to get married on sunday despite the fact that the man is still married to another woman. a note was found next to vindalee smith's body. it said a pregnant woman would be murdered every month until disk sniper -- d.c. sniper lee boyd malvo was set free. >>> jerry sandusky is now in a pennsylvania state prison. yesterday the convicted child molester was transferred from a jail to the prison. sandusky will now undergo an assessment to determine which of the 25 male prisons in pennsylvania will house the former penn state assistant football coach. he'll stay there permanently. sandusky was convicted in june of sexually assaulted ten boys. he's been sentenced to at least 30 years behind bars. >>> a new crew is its way to the international space station aboard a soyuz spacecraft. it's carrying one american and two russians. they're scheduled to rendezvous with the space station in two days. the launch was delayed by more than a week because
in alexandria are investigating the city's latest murder. 30-year-old marks ides died after some sort of trauma to the body. police found just before 2:00 sunday morning. >> we have to wait to determine cause and manner of death but we know there was trauma to the upper body. we just don't know exactly what caused it or if anything else is involved. at this point in time, the detectives do have a great deal of information. we are not necessarily seeking information but if you have it, by all means please do send it to us. >>> police have not named a suspect or motive in this case. they believe ifs ifs -- he was killed by somebody he knew. >>> a prince george's county officer says he had no chons but to fire his gun when he was charged by a man. the suspect was taken to the hospital with non non life threatening injuries. >>> hugo chavez has been reelected president in venezuela. chavez had more than 54% of the vote with 90% of the ballots counseled. this will be chavez's third reelection in 14 years and the win means chavez will serve six years more in office. >>> new information about the u.s
regime to have a cease- fire. >> reporter: parts of the syrian city lay in rubble following four explosions. syrian state tv says three sue a side bombers -- suicide bombers detonated cars. packed with explosives. they went off within minutes of each other near a military officers club. the city has become one of the biggest battlegrounds in the 18- month fight between rebels and government forces. serious parliament -- syria's parliament condemned the bombs as terrorists trying to oust president assad. the explosions triggered panic among some residents who just want the conflict to end. vinita nair for cbs news. >> president assad reportedly visited ahelp poe on tuesday to get a firsthand look at the fighting. he has ordered 30,000 more troops into that battle. >>> here's a look at some other things making news now at 4:37. teachers in chicago have approved a new three-year contract. it includes pay increases and a new evaluation system. the chicago board of education is expected to approve it later this month. the contract ratification officially ends the strike in labor negot
showers maybe a thunderstorm to pop. by 6:00, ocean city, louis, delaware down to reedville. richmond, williamsburg they'll be seeing the showers can then the cooler air -- and then the cooler air moves in. then by sunday the rain and showers will be developing and i know the skins are home sunday. tailgaters bundle up it won't be pretty. 83 today. beautiful. tomorrow 78 with an afternoon shower or two. sunday, yellow alert day. cool, damp, showers. maybe even a period of rain. 55. yeah, 78 saturday, 55 sunday. we return columbus day to about 62. tuesday 70 and for the nats coming back home for game three. 72 degrees and slight chance of a shower. now to beverly farmer with timesaver traffic. >>> howard, good morning. good friday morning. you know for many this is a long holiday weekend. with monday being columbus day. so we will anticipate lighter volume for the morning rush hour. route 1 at south glebe road. just a little bit west of route 1 and east of arlington ridge. glebe road is closed because a vehicle took out a utility pole an hour or so ago. this stretch of south glebe road
san francisco's city hall to honor u.s. ambassador chris stevens, one of four americans killed last month when terrorists attack the u.s. consulate in benghazi. friends, family, dignitaries and members of the public came to remember their hometown hero. he grew up in the bay area and went to college at nearby berkley. >> he had a very challenging job, always came home. >> reporter: the lifelong bachelor served as a diplomat in the middle east and first went to libya in 2007. he returned last year and worked with rebels who would overthrow mao mar qaddafi. former secretary of state george schultz said he lost his life serving his country. >> we're here to celebrate the immense accomplishments this man has made for us. >> reporter: stevens' family said they received an outpouring of support from around the world including letters from the libyan people. >> he built the bridge between libya and the united states. >> my name is chris stevens and i'm the new u.s. ambassador to libya. >> reporter: stevens made this video to introduce himself to libyans. just four months later he was kille
register in person at the city's board of elections office deadlines to register in maryland and virginia have already passed. now we have more information on voter registration at wusa9.com. just click an campaign 2012. >>> the two candidates vying to be the next senator from virginia traded jabs last night in blacksburg in their final televised debate. republican george allen accused tim kaine of neglecting the state while governor because he was also chairman of the democratic national committee. canee trumpeted him his time in office. >> he chose to go around the country demonizing republicans. >> when i was governor we were the best managed state in america governing magazine. the best state for business all four years, "forbes" magazine and my favorite education week the best state to raise a child. >> allen called for cutting the corporate tax levels to 20% for both businesses. >>> federal investigators are trying to determine if the suspect in a plot to bomb the federal reserve in new york has ties to al-qaeda. agents are poring over evidence confiscated from 21-year-old quazi naf
more to get it much faster. winds potentially 80 miles an hour making landfall south of atlantic city. don't fixate so much on where it makes landfall. we have tropical storm winds which extend 400-plus miles from the center. hurricane force winds extend about a hundred plus or so miles give or take from the center. that is tremendous. it's the right side of the storm to the jersey coast,up to new york. i think it's raritan bay, the south shore of long island, they've evacuated 375,000 people from the new york area for good reason. for us we're still going to be dealing with a storm with potentially 75 mile an hour winds tuesday morning near philly and up toward central pennsylvania. what does this mean for us? it means we could have gusts today to 50. tonight's gusts could be 60, 65, maybe 70 miles an hour. stronger gusts closer toward the center and lighter south and west but it's such a broad wind field that all of us will see very windy conditions. we're all under a high wind warning till tomorrow evening. that is snow that is falling in the higher elevations of west virginia. the
for making straw contributions to other campaign. charter is the city's largest manager of healthcare. the value is more than $350 million. the missing $5 million was discovered in an audit. it is one just reasons insurance regulators have assumed control of the firm. last thursday we reported dc officials chartered officials in an attempt to seek a buyer. >>> former presidential candidate george mcgovern died sunday at the age of 90. the democrat, lost by a landslide to richard nixon in 1979 i don't matt jab blow talked with a woman. >> reporter: george mcgovern, when he died sunday morning, the country lost a lion of the political left. >> he was a crusader to end hunger. >> reporter: long time cbs news political analyst dottie lynch lost a presented. >> it is a sad day. >> reporter: lynch and her husband also worked on the mcgovern campaign, maintained a close relationship with the understated senator over the following 40 years scray he seemed good. he was a little bit more frail than the last time we had seen him but still traveling, going strong and very, very committed to a num
for washington. until now the city has not had a major collection of early american furniture on continual public view. >>> you can call it a make good of sorts or maybe a feel good gesture. seven years ago in his first major league at-bat, the first pitch adam greenburg had his career essentially ended quickly. he was a pinch hitter for the chicago cubs and a pitcher from the florida marlins hit him in the head with a pitch at 94 miles an hour. that pitch got under his elmet and damaged his brain. he was in recovery for a long time. the 31-year-old got a second chance. he was signed to a one-day contract with the marlins after a film maker started a nationwide campaign to get him one more at-bat. >> i didn't never get to enjoy being a major leaguer. with obviously the help of matt listin and this one at-bat campaign, he's enabled me to kind of get back and now truly realize the dream. i'm honestly just saying i'm soaking it in and loving every second of it. >> of course he had to face r.a. dicky, the hottest pitcher in major league baseball. he got his shot. the crowd cheered as he walked back t
.a. the city cut down 400 trees and raised 100 power lines to give the five-story shuttle enough room for the journey which attracted quite a crowd. >> really exciting. >>> the time right now is 4:37. an approaching cold front and the chances for some late day storms could make for a messy afternoon. howard is back in for minutes to let -- two minutes to let us know what to expect. >> apple plans to unveil a new device. we'll bring you a preview. >> sunday was an emotional day for members returning home from afghanistan. >> you're watching 9news now. . >>> we're coming up on 4:40 this monday morning. a mild start. lots of 60s out there. grab the rain gear. we'll get a couple of showers and maybe a better chance of some showers and a rumble or to of thunder this afternoon with a midday high of 73. falling back into the upper 60s for the drive home. i'll be back in a few minutes looking at the rest of the week. here's monika samtani with timesaver traffic. >>> in virginia northbound i- 95, looks great here in springfield leaving route 644 to 495. but northbound gw parkway is closed with
york city lawmakers are considering setting new rules for the police department's stop and frisk practice. under the practice, police can stop someone if the officer has reasonable suspicion that person might break the law. mayor michael bloomberg defends the program saying it's an anticrime tool but critics say it apartments to racial profiling of the more than 640,000 stops made in 2011, roughly nine out of ten involved young blacks or hispanics. only 12% of the stop and frisks resulted in arrest. >>> our time is 4:38. after some early fog and clouds, wednesday clears out nicely. howard is back in two minutes with a look at today's forecast. >> at 4:42, we'll let you know what school you need to attend which can help you get a higher salary. >> a popular cheese is being recalled. which brand and why it's being awed. >> 9news -- being rawldz. >> 9news -- being recalled. >> 9news returns. i don't spend money on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a gas station was about...i would say... two months ago. i very rarely put gas in m
a mall frenzy in 2009. tom hanks is making his broadway debut. hanks will play a new york city newspaper columnist in "lucky guy." it was written by the late nora efron. she also wrote sleepless in seattle which stars tom hanks. opening night is set for april 1 1. ♪ >> reporter: and barbara streisand returns to her roots. the legendary singer performed the first of two concerts at the new barkley center in brooklyn. streisand sings there again saturday night. that's your eye on entertainment, teresa garcia, cbs news, hollywood. >>> good morning. thank you for watching 9news now at 5:00 a.m. i'm andrea roane. >> barbara streisand's voice has not lost one bit of
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